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Christmas in Oklahoma

WinterFest  – Tulsa

A long time Oklahoma tradition in downtown Tulsa. Outdoor ice skating, cool lights and a really big Christmas tree. 

Territorial Christmas in Guthrie

Guthrie is home to one of the largest historically preserved districts in the USA. Early 20th-century style with the territorial homes and building make this a wonderful tourist destination. The places oozes and old timer vibe and the wild west with the best of them.

Tour or marvel at the intricate costumes worn by revelers during the Victorian Walk Evenings. The theater is really cool and also worth a visit any time of year.

Downtown Okc

Growing up Gen-Z in Okc, downtown wasn’t really much of a thing. These days, Christmas is done up proper with an ice skating rink and a really cool snow slide at the ballpark. Downtown in December is also Free Downtown in December.

The Nutcracker is Okc and Tulsa

Both Okc and Tulsa put on wonderful renditions of the Nutcracker. One of the premier Christmas events in Oklahoma.

Cool Lights Displays

Okc Zoo

I’v always been a big fan of zoos and have been to many great ones,. Okc’s zoo is first rate. They deck the halls with impressive lights. Unfortunately there are no shows at the amphitheater this time of year.

Ski Island

A long time Okc tradition, the residents of Ski Island go all out with their lights. The cars line up and come from near and far for drive through the festive neighborhood.

Snowman Wonderland in Seminole

A plethora for Snowman at this small town Christmas celebration. I have not been back to this quaint town since the middle school tennis days. It’s on our short list for okie fun blogging adventures. 

Christmas at the Castle of Muskogee

Experience one of the world’s largest collections of holiday inflatables and Christmas lights during Castle Christmas hosted at the Castle of Muskogee


Christmas at the Woolarc in Baretslivee. 

Woolaroc Ranch, Museum & Wildlife Preserve near Bartlesville for the annual Woolaroc Wonderland of Lights. Visitors to this much-loved event are invited to ride a wagon or stroll the grounds to enjoy a spectacular display of more than 750,000 glistening lights


Rhema Christmas Lights and witness over three million shimmering lights synchronized to Christmas music across 110 acres. This much-loved lights display in Broken Arrow began in 1982 and has been attracting visitors ever since.


Other Fun Holiday things to do in Oklanoma

Visit the Water Zoo in Clinton

We have not been to this place but it looks really great. A perfect get away during the cold winter holidays.

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Private Hot Tub on the Deck overlooking the lake

Not only does this look like a must stop, they go all out with their christmas lights.


Check out the Chili Bowl after the new years in Tulsa